Jacqueline Barrington

Registered Physiotherapist

Graduate of King's College Hospital, London, England, in physiotherapy

Owner of Erin Mills Physiotherapy Clinic from 1983 until 2007 and has been in sole practice since that time.

Jacqueline's work concentrates on helping people heal using integrative manual and craniosacral therapy techniques. She has pursued these fields throughout her career, taking many training sessions in these techniques in Canada and the United States with the Upledger Institute, Dr. Jean Pierre Barral and the Connecticut School of Integrative Manual Therapy. This is her passion in order to help clients heal and rehabilitate.  Conditions treated include concussion, tempero mandibular joint dysfunction, chronic pain, birth trauma, chronic ear infection, vertigo and stress disorders.Type your paragraph here.

Julia O’Rourke Gopaul

B.A.; P.T.A.


Julia graduated from the University of Windsor with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Science in 1994. After a successful career, she returned to school to continue her education in Physiotherapy.


Julia graduated from Everest College, Business, Technology and Health with a Diploma as a Physiotherapy Assistant. She looks forward to furthering her career in her role at Mainway Physiotherapy.. 

Andrew Hoermann

Registered Physiotherapist

B.Sc. P.T., MCPA Hons. B.A. P.H.E., B.A. Psych.

Special Interest in Golf Injury Management

Andrew Hoermann graduated from Queen's University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physiotherapy in 2001.  He has worked as a registered physiotherapist in both the Halton and Peel regions successfully treating clients of varying ages with a wide assortment of conditions and injuries.  He has a special interest in sports injuries.

He recently completed his Level 5 certificate in golf injury management and rehabilitation.  Andrew has become a member of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy  (C.A.M.T.) by successfully completing his diploma in

Intermediate Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy. In 2010 Hoermann was appointed the head physiotherapist for the under 19 Ontario golf team.


Jessie Fitzherbert
Registered Massage Therapist and
Registered Acupuncturist

Jessie Fizherbert is a Registered Massage Therapist and Registered Acupuncturist who has obtained a Diploma in Massage Therapy, Diploma in Acupressure and a Bachelor Degree of Administration Management. She focuses her treatments on Deep Tissue Release techniques as well as Swedish massage. Her training involved an extensive hands-on approach and her methodology uniquely blends Eastern and Western medicine. Jessie is passionate about massage therapy because its health benefits are extensive. Massage therapy treatments will have a therapeutic affect and improve health by acting directly on the muscular, nervous, circulatory and lymphatic (immune) systems. Massage therapy is also effective in the control of pain (chronic or acute), in stress reduction, and in creating a sense of relaxation. Jessie will provide you with a customized treatment plan to address your specific needs. She looks forward to working with you.
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Sue Moffat

Registered physiotherapist,

B.Sc. PT, MCPA


Sue graduated from Queen’s University with her B.Sc. in physiotherapy. While at Queen’s, she was active in student government and she captained the Queen’s Varsity Figure Skating Team to several interuniversity championships.

Sue began her physio career at Chedoke Rehabilitation Centre in Hamilton where she worked on specialized rehab teams including rheumatic diseases, stroke, spinal cord, amputee and the hand programme.

In the 90’s Sue began pursuing her advanced manual therapy levels finishing with the long courses in peripheral and spinal manual therapy with Wendy Aspinall in Toronto. Sue is a lifelong learner and she has continued with many post graduate courses. She is passionate about high quality hands-on physiotherapy in orthopaedic medicine and sports injuries. She has completed all 5 levels of the FitforeGolf series and she has her gold test level in figure skating (dance). Sue was an avid squash player for many years playing at the interclub level. She now enjoys the many challenges of golf..

Mainway Physiotherapy

Therapy and Rehabilitation Clinic